Interviews & Presentations


“A Fractured Mind,” 60 Minutes interview with Morley Safer, September, 2005. This 14-minute piece is a very useful overview that captures both my own personal story and offers a good introduction to DID (Dissociative Identity Disorder). It was produced three years before I began sculpting and thus it offers insights into the various inner “identities” or “parts” that have all come together in an art-making process.

“Conversation with Ellen Driscoll and Robert Oxnam,” moderated by Noah Fischer, Brooklyn Zen Center, April 1, 2011. Two hour wide-ranging discussion exploration our collaborative installation at the BZC (April-June, 2011). Among the themes – Zen and art, collaborative art, making sculpture, viewing sculpture, found art, and the psychology of art. The discussion can be downloaded from the following link:

Presentations about Art & Psychology

Asia Society, New York, special program on "A Fractured Mind, chaired by Richard Holbrooke, with Morley Safer and Robert Oxnam, 2005

Young Presidents Organization, Mumbai, India, Lecture on a "A Fractured Mind," 2007

Rutgers University, Department of Psychology, 2006-2008

New York University, Psychology Department, 2016

Healing Together, Infinite Mind, Orlando, Keynoter (2011-2016)

Medomak Conductors Retreat, Medomak, Maine, Special Lecturer (2007-2016)

Esalen, California, Participant in China Seminar, Discussion of Cohesive Multiplicity, 2014

McLean Hospital, Harvard University, Lecturer, 2016

McLean Hospital, Harvard University, named as "Special Advisor for DID Education" 2016

Art Sites, Riverhead, New York, Lecturer on "Chinese Gardens and Scholar's Rocks," 2012